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8.04.2015

Random Law Enforcement Social Media Post


An officer posted this after a defendant accepted a plea bargain on gun charges during the middle of a trial. That's the prosecutor on the left.  The guns had been tagged as evidence.

Not exactly the exercise of the best judgment in the world.

Source.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

The prosecutor is kinda hot!

Anonymous said...

Scandalous.

Anonymous said...

It's a joke Barry. You act like lawyers are above this?

This is why I rip you every time you act this way.

Anonymous said...

Aw, lighten up, Barry. That ain't THAT bad!

Anonymous said...

Guns are obviously too scary/dangerous/complicated for you to handle Barry so just stick to things that Gays enjoy like sewing or finger painting.

Anonymous said...

I grew up around guns. My Dad bought me my first .22 at age 8 and taught me to shoot better than most men I know. My dad was an avid gun collector and had several "one of a kind". Even a "Tommy Gun"! I grew with a great respect for his gun collection and knew someday I would inherit those priceless pieces. But some hoodlums broke into my Dad's place and stole the majority of them. Police investigated and even Texas Rangers got involved. They found the bad guys and prosecuted them. But guess what they paid their defense lawyer with? You guessed it... my Dad's guns! The lawyer even had some hanging on the wall in his office. It was at this point in my young life that I lost all respect for defense lawyers and considered them far worse than the bad guys. That sticks with you for a lifetime! Maybe one of the reasons I became a cop?

Anonymous said...

If one of your primary motivations for becoming a police officer was to exact some measure of vengeance or "justice" on defense attorneys, please find another line of work.

Anonymous said...

11:50 AM

Thank you...you nailed it buddy. By the way thanks for your service. You have an impossible,thankless job dealing with the fruits of the "Great Society"

I can't tell the difference between a lawyer and a criminal. It's hard to tell.

Anonymous said...

Barry? Is that you?

Anonymous said...

I think what he meant was this, the reason he became a cop was to try and make a difference in preventing crime, so that some scum sucking lawyer wouldn't end up with someone else's property.

Anonymous said...

If Woody would have gone straight to the police, this would never have happened.

Anonymous said...

I once bought some guns from a lawyer who had received them as payment for defending a guy in court. The guns were confiscated but returned after the guy was found not guilty. The only way he could pay the lawyer, was to give him the guns. Somehow that just does not seem right.

Anonymous said...

11:50- I cried through the whole movie.